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August 27, 2007

All good things must come to an end, right?

Not necessarily.

America magazines online "Open House" will conclude on August 31, but you can stay on as a Web-only subscriber for next to nothing.

For just $12, you can continue to access all of the articles published in America, plus great online content like podcasts, video meditations and blogs.

$12! Thats 50 percent off the normal online subscription rate of $24. And 75 percent off our print rate.

As an online subscriber, you can download a PDF-replica of every issue, so you can print it out and read it just like a print subscriber. (Thats 41 issues per year!) Youll also have full access to our online archives, which include seven years of America articles.

Too good to be true? Nope. Just our present to you, as we continue to celebrate the launch of our new Web site.

So please, stay with us. To subscribe, visit your member home page and click on "Subscribe to Americas Web site."

Regards,
Lisa Pope
Business Manager
America Magazine
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